Best Online Backup Services. MozyHome Review. 1.
TechRadar.com In this article from TechRadar.com, Christopher Brennan calls the MozyHome software "undeniably good. " He praises its simple-to-use installation and file restoration, as well as the easily managed settings. However, he has concerns with the new (at the time) pricing structure, which does not offer unlimited backups. Review: MozyHome Review, Christopher Brennan, April 6, 2011 2. Computerworld.com's Brian Nadel examines five of the top online backup services and names MozyHome the best of the bunch overall. Review: 5 Online Backup Services Keep Your Data Safe, Brian Nadel, Feb. 6, 2012 3.
NotebookReview.com gives MozyHome a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5. Review: Mozy 2.0 Online Backup Review, Dustin Sklavos, May 18, 2010 4. MozyHome receives a Recommended award from Britain's PC Pro. Review: Mozy Review, Stuart Andrews, March 14, 2012 5. MozyHome is one of several online backup services to win a perfect 5-star rating from the editors of NextAdvisor.com. CrashPlan+ Review. 1.
TechRadar.com Britain's TechRadar.com picks Crashplan+ as the best choice among six online backup services tested, though the edge it holds is small. Still, Christopher Brennan calls Crashplan+ "solid, easy to use and reliable. " Review: 6 of the Best Online Backup Services for Mac , Christopher Brennan, Feb. 18, 2011 2. Computerworld.com's Brian Nadel finds a lot to like about Crashplan, including its unlimited file versioning, Linux support and the ability to back up the operating system. Review: 5 Online Backup Services Keep Your Data Safe, Brian Nadel, Feb. 6, 2012 3. PCMag.com weighs in on Crashplan's features, including the ability to create multiple backup sets. Review: Crashplan 3.0, Michael Muchmore, Jan. 20, 2011 4. Leah Yamshon awards Crashplan+ an impressive 4.5 mice out of 5, for its ease of use, clean interface and customization options. Review: Crashplan+: Reliable Cloud Backup and Online Storage, Leah Yamshon, May 16, 2012.
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